How to setup SIP Trunk
On this page you will find a simple guide, which leads you to some short video tutorials that will help you understand how to do it in case you have any doubts.
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When configuring a SIP Trunk in 3CX, you can choose one from the list of “3CX Supported SIP Trunk Providers”, these will be organized based on the geographical area. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t work your 3CX with other providers that may be more convenient for you in terms of cost or coverage. This is the case of the Smart Automation Systems SIP Trunk, which already has several installations working correctly.
To configure SAS SIP Trunk you can easily do it from the XML configuration file that we provided above. This file needs to be imported into 3CX and in one step the configuration will be done. Later you will be able to add DIDs and use all the configuration options like the providers supported by 3CX to meet your needs for a VoIP platform.
To configure a connection for SIP Trunk by SAS from scratch in 3CX, you need to reach the left side of your screen in the “Management Console”.
Once there, you’ll find “SIP trunk” option, then you have to click the “Add SIP trunk” button. After that, click on “Select Country” field and choose “Generic”. In “Select Provider in your Country” field, choose “Generic VoIP Provider” and the type your main number. Once you are on the Configuration window, it’s required to set a name , a domain and the number of simultaneous calls. You’ll also need to set the DIDs and the Caller ID, with the number that you’ve previously set as the default caller ID.
The result of this configuration is the same as making it through the XML configuration file that we can provide. This will allow your PBX to use all the inbound and outbound communication options, add DIDs for your VoIP communications.
SAS offers some facilities to manage your user accounts in our applications. This is done so that you can receive notifications of your reduced account balance or that automatic payments are launched to recharge credits in your accounts, so you can continuously use the applications without affecting your productivity running your marketing campaigns or your VOIP communications. These facilities apply to CallHub, PressOne, RVM or SIP Trunk applications.
Learn in this video how to set up in a couple of minutes the configuration to receive balance notifications and make automatic credit additions.